Having a proper procedure for collecting electronically stored information (ESI) is one of the most essential aspects of the e-discovery process. Unfortunately, it’s often overlooked and done improperly.
This can lead to many issues and complications during the e-discovery process and can result in mortifying court sanctions.
With the tightening of data protection laws and new challenges that arise as companies collect more and more data, the need for rigorous data collection systems and process e-discovery practices has never been more apparent, and it’s rapidly growing.
According to the DLA Piper report, European regulators have imposed a total